The Full Monty is a less-than-auspicious inauguration of Theo Ubique's new space


The production’s sexual politics unsuccessfully hang between self-aware period piece and relevant, contemporary commentary.

Two years ago, when the cabaret musical theater company Theo Ubique announced that it would be relocating a mile north from the No Exit Cafe in Rogers Park, its snug, hidden oasis-like home of 13 years, to Evanston, critics and fans alike poured one out for the beloved venue. Director Fred Anzevino and music director Jeremy Ramey’s company was largely distinguished by its exceptional use of the tight space, which they filled with illustrious voices and ensembles that befitted a significantly larger room.…

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